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Is Sulfameth Tmp Ds Tab
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Is this medicine good for treat Staph infection in the skin? ## YEs, Sulfamethoxazole with Trimethoprin is an antibiotic, commonly sold in the U.S. under the trade name Bactrim, it is used to treat many different types of infections. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. Learn more: Are there any comments or questions? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Sulfamethoxazole.
Fri, Jan 28 '11, 2:46 PM
tan pill 10mg with dice
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it is a tablet that is a long oval shape. has 10 mg printed on one side and a picture of a 5 dotted dice on the other ## I have found a pill that has has "10 Mg" imprinted on one side and on the other side it has a picture printed such as, a number 5 dice with the 5 dots on one side of the dice as if you were to roll a set of dice and it land on the 5 side. it is a tan pill. ## I have one of those in my pocket right now!!! i found it on my floor!!! that could be very good if im lucky its fait :) ## This tablet contains 10mgs of Zolpidem, the active ingredient in Ambien, which is used for the short-term treatment of insomnia. Learn more Zolpidem details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and next day hangover like effects. Is there anything else I can hel... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Zolpidem.
Sun, Mar 24 '13, 12:37 PM
Flunisolide / Syntaris
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I have been using Syntaris / flunisolide in the UK for some 20 years. Since it has been discontinued I have tried others recommended by a doctor but both dried up the nose with very irritating results,. Can anybody suggest an alternative Flunisolide that might be available in the UK, or elsewhere by post ? ## Blocked nose ! Acute Rhinitis. Syntaris / Flunisolide has made it bearable for about 30 years but SYNTARIS is no longer available. Alternatives suggested by my doctor have caused a dry and uncomfortable nasal condition. I don't want an operation either ! Any suggestions about Flunisolide upon which I have relied for so long ? ## Hi, just come across ur post as my partner is experiencing the same thing after using it for 20 yrs. Nothing seems as good. Have you had any luck with ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Flunisolide.
Tue, Jan 28 '14, 3:16 AM
Want a little more of it
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Very many thanks for a good work. Nice and useful. Like it! ## And thank you for the compliments on the site, I think I can express my appreciation as well as expressing it on the behalf of the site owner. We try very hard to keep the site private, current, accurate, and easy to use. I also enjoy using my expertise to help others when I can, so anytime you have a question or need information, feel free to make a post and ask away. I will answer, with accurate info, as soon as I can. Have an awesome day, and thanks again! ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Mon, Jul 31 '06, 9:24 PM
Fentanly Withdrawals
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I have become a monster...I was given a perscription for the patches(75mcg) about 10 months ago and 90 oxy's(15mg) for the breakthrough pain. I ask the dr. to please help me come off the patches and was told that if I came off them he would dissmiss me as a paitent. Well I came off them myself or thought I could. Now i have made a new problem for myself. I quit them and had the 90 oxy's for a back-up plan so if the withdrawals became to bad for me to withstand. You see, about 20 years ago I was a junkie but got cleaned up and have been living a good life for the past 18 years. Well, to make a long story short I started shooting the oxy's, about 10 a day, and did not have very much withdrawal from the patches. Now I have created a new problem for myself and I am so ashamed th... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cancer.
Fri, Feb 10 '12, 2:43 PM
betahistine mesylate
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for vertigo ## dee mak ## I'm not finding any information on this, does anyone else know anything? ## betahistine meysylate action on intracranial sturctures especially on blood vessels ## Its the japanese betahistine, acts in the microcirculation of inner ear & also in internal carotid artery ## A good choice for Vertigo.... ## Betahistine Meselate, treatment, dosage and its side effects. ## What is difference between Betahistine hydrochloride and betahistine mesilate? ## nursing responsibilities of betahistine mesylate ...
Updated 4 years ago in Blood Vessels.
Tue, Nov 16 '10, 7:57 PM
brown pill with par 868
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Brown pill with par 868 ## Given the description provided, I located the pill to be Dronabinol (5 mg). It is used to treat anorexia, nausea and vomiting. I was unable to retrieve a good amount of information about this pill, but my sources tell me it contains 5 mg of THC. If anyone else has information to add please do so... For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Sun, Oct 17 '10, 1:38 PM
Bystolic and exercise
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I take bystolic 2.5 Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Heart rate in 50s but always has been. Keeps hbp stable. My question is , is it safe to exercise as I can't seem to get heart rate high on. Beta blocker and unsure how much is enough ## Hello, Lynn! How are you doing? Learn more Bystolic details here. In this case, the only thing I can really do is advise you to check with your doctor. Without knowing any other details of your medical history, it would be remiss of anyone else to try to advise you on this. In most cases, it is good and safe for someone with high blood pressure to exercise, but there are some rare cases where it isn't and I am not sure which this would fall in considered your heart rate. Have you tried any other class of medications? ## Losartan. My doct... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Bystolic.
Thu, Nov 21 '13, 8:20 PM
prednisone, life saver
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i have had crohn,s disease since 1976. my weight was 90lbs. have taken this drug since 1982. never once in 27 years has any doctor said this is a good drug. i am now 53 and have had no serious side effects. my crohn,s does not allow me to hold a job. i need to be near a washroom. i smoke like a fiend and am in excelllent condition. if i do not take this drug for three days, i can not get out of bed. i am sick and tired of all the lies about this drug. it has allowed me to live a normal life and i did work as a taxi driver for twenty five years, i knew every washroom within the whole town. i am on disability know, i have no pain if i do not drive, i can do any job as long as i am near a washroom. my neck is bad from driving so many years. i have no mental problems, but am very blunt, can... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Prednisone.
Thu, Mar 05 '09, 6:44 PM
switching medication
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i am currently on 25mg fentanyl patches, my dr spoke to me about changing my medication, he is suggesting ER MORPHINE TABLETS taken 12hourly, am I going to manage my pain successfully? we haven't discussed strength so what will be at least equivalent or a little stronger as i'm having breakthrough pain ## I AM OPEN TO SUGGESTIONS, GOOD OR BAD, AS I HAVE A DR'S APP SOON AND WANT TO BE WELL ADVISED.THANKYOU ## Hello, Kim! How are you? You only need 7.5mgs of Morphine to equal each patch of Fentanyl, though you will take it more often, since it doesn't last 3 days, like the patch does. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Fentanyl.
Wed, May 28 '14, 8:18 PM
cloanxit 2 clonazepam
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I received Rivotril ( I never heard that name used for clonazepam before) today -4/14/14). The expiration date is 5/2013 and one of the pills in the blistered pack was opened. Are they safe to use? ## Dear GingerMarie, I wouldn't take them. They r expired and one is open? No way! I wouldn't take the chance. It's been almost a year that they expired. It's not safe. I would return them. ## Hi Ginger, I honestly don't think it would be a good idea to take anything that has already been opened, regardless of whether it's expired or not. If the blister packs have already been opened and/or tampered with, that should be an immediate red flag that something isn't necessarily right. But what gets me about these pharmacies, is that they usually don't let you take ... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Clonazepam.
Thu, Apr 17 '14, 12:47 AM
Escitalopram Oxalate
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white, round, 20mg tablets. Depression?? ## just was given cipralex to try for depression and anxiety - been on zoloft, effexor then prestiq - just wondered if anyone has had any good results ## I have been taking Lexam for approx 4 mths and found it to be far better than Zoloft or the mulitude of others I've been put on in the past. As I'm single I can't comment on any issues with Libido, something that it definitely affected by Zoloft, but I can say that it definitely makes it easier to get up each day. I sleep less (unlike when on Endep) and have more energy than before. I've had no issues with weight gain for once. If anything I've lost a little because I'm not gorging myself with comfort foods. I hope it works as well for you. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Escitalopram.
Thu, Jan 27 '11, 7:02 AM
is this pill a percocet
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small round pill with watson 364 on one side and number 75 on one side. is this a percocet 7.5? ## THE PILL YOU DESCRIBED IS NOT PERCOCET AS I HAVE TAKEN OXCODONE/PERCOCET made FROM VARIOUS COMPANIES and THE PILLS CAN BE ROUND or OBLONG BUT ARE MUCH LARGER THAN WHAT YOU DESCRIBE...I WOULD GO TO ANY DRUGSTORE and ASK THE PHARMACIST or LOOK IN A PILL BOOK which ARE ALWAYS NEAR THE PHARAMCY COUNTER. GOOD LUCK but YOU DO NOT HAVE PERCOCET!! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Percocet.
Tue, Mar 30 '10, 7:01 PM
what is rehumatic pain
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dr.said rheumatic pain.i have 8month . i take x ray dr.said nothing bone was good.but took per day 3time olfen tablet pain releve thate time onely.any side effect will come ## It's really a nonspecific term used to describe medical problems that cause pain and inflammation in the joints and connective tissue. Olfen contains the active ingredient Diclofenac, it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory commonly used to treat these types of conditions. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irriation. However, if you only took it once and didn't have any problems, then it is doubtful that you will. Do you have any other questions? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diclofenac.
Thu, Sep 30 '10, 12:54 AM
What strength is rx 773
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small wite pill with rx 773 on one side ## what is a small white pill with RX 773 on it? ## I believe it was prescribed for anxiety. RX 773 ## Pill Image This is Lorazepam 1mgs a generic for the Benzodiazapine Ativan. ## WELL IS IT LIKE VALIUM OR OXYCODONE ## It is closer to Valuim, it is for anxiety. Oxycodone is a pain medication (a narcotic) ## rx773 is a valium generic ## I asked my doc for Lorazepam , now im kicking myself wondering why I did not stay on clonazepam now... This Lorazepam can get a person down if your like me ... This chit just is not going to cut the crap... CLONAZEPAM , I HOPE YOU COME BACK INTO MY LIFE ...BECAUSE THIS LORAZEPAM HAS ME DOWN , AND THAT'S NO LIE... GOOD LUCK WITH LORAZEPAM PEOPLE... NOT FOR THIS MAN ## The imprint rx 773 is ativan.it is more like... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Lorazepam.
Sun, Feb 12 '12, 1:12 PM
"Sometimes less is more."
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To make certain a symptom is not a pesky recalcitrant effect of ANY drug, one could with advice of a expert, go back to baseline as it was to rule out the possiblity od a untoward reaction of a supposedly innocuous drug. Nothing is inert. ALL drugs have the propensity to mimic other drugs. Just because it isn't schedule is not a good reason to think it has no morbidity or mortality. Start from scratch. This is not advise. Consult the proper authority before stopping or starting any medication. ...
Updated 5 months ago in Dopamine.
Fri, Sep 12 '14, 3:50 PM
Pain Relief Withdrawl
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I have been prescribed pain relief for th past 2/3 years.I have recently had surgery and am titrating myself of the medication. I have been on..Oxycontin 40 m.g twice daily,and. Gabapentin 600mg.3xtimes daily. What withdrawal symptoms,if any,should I expect? ## If you are tapering off of them, it should help minimize the withdrawal and rebound symptoms, but you may still experience some nausea, diarrhea and rebound pain. Learn more Gabapentin details here. Learn more Oxycontin details here. One of the worst issues you're likely to experience is feeling fuzzy headed, from stopping the Gabapentin, since it works on brain chemicals. How soon will you stop taking them? ## Kiss your ass good-bye. You'll never get off OXYS. They are a forever drug. you want feel the same if you stop a... ...
Updated 2 years ago in OxyContin.
Mon, Oct 08 '12, 10:29 PM
fioricet with codeine
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Hi. I take Fioricet w codeine approx once a day to relieve major headaches. It is the ONLY thing that helps. Walgreens just told me it is being discontinued and I am a bit panicked as it is a life changer for me. Regular Fioricet doesn't really help. Any suggestions on what I can try? Next visit with my Neurologist may ask him to get each ingredient separately if I have too. Thanks! ## Hello, Were you ever able to find out why that particular product was being discontinued? I know that you mentioned possibly going the route of getting each ingredient separately from your neurologist, but, if it was discontinued for a good reason (which it probably was), then I would definitely encourage you to try and find out why, before even considering taking it again; at least for your own safet... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Fioricet.
Fri, Jul 25 '14, 9:31 PM
multivitamin conzace
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Vitamins ## is it good to take conzace multivitamins and diane-35 pill at the same time? ## There are no problems that I'm aware of between taking a multivitamin and oral contraceptives, but it's best to check with your doctor or pharmacist to be certain. From what I can tell, if the vitamins are strong, you may experience more nausea than usual if you take them together. If that happens, it would likely be best to take them with a small meal, or separate them by a few hours. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Mon, May 27 '13, 4:23 PM
the bad affects of this
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I have taken lyrica that has been prescribed from couple different doctors. This stuff kept me confused and my right hand shacks and I stumble when walking . Finally I just quit taking it . It was causing more problems then good my blood pressure stayed high. I advise no one to take this..... ## I definitely agree with your statements. This drug has some horrible side effects, that in my opinion are worse than what most people are trying to treat. Some of the side effects listed below (in the user guidelines) are what you may have been experiencing: -confusion -difficulty remembering or forgetfulness -anxiety -lack of coordination -loss of balance or unsteadiness -uncontrollable shaking or jerking of a part of the body -muscle twitching In the link below you can see a large list of side... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Lyrica.
Thu, Oct 20 '11, 3:01 PM


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